The Financial Benchmark Regulations are aimed at restoring the investor confidence in financial benchmarks and markets. Beneath this crucial primary objective, is the added advantage of more efficient capital allocation through informed and transparent choices. This underlying thread is justly summed up through the four fundamental objectives envisaged by the latest and biggest of them all - The EU Benchmark Regulation:

The regulatory actions in the form of reforms, recommendations and regulations are essential for a fundamentally robust and structurally strong financial benchmarks and, at a larger scale, economies. As a Company with keen interest in Financial Benchmarks, we at ACAPM, endeavour to present the latest in regulation with our insights, resources and regulatory updates. Don't forget to Bookmark this Page!

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Improving governance and controls over benchmark process, especially by managing conflicts of interest

Enhancing the quality of input data and administration methodology

Ensuring adequate controls are in place for benchmark contributors (and their submission) to avoid conflicts of interest

Protecting consumers and investors through greater transparency and adequate rights of redress

 

European Benchmark Regulation

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LIBOR, EURIBOR & Other Critical Benchmarks

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